When the dolphins throw: Second-year quarterback Tua Tagovailoa posted 16 of 27 for 202 yards and a touchdown. He led a pair of touchdowns that covered at least 75 yards apiece, but Miami looked outclassed on the third down, scoring just 4 of 11. Tagovailoa has an impressive collection of receivers, with rookie Jaylen Waddle joining veterans DeVante Parker and Will Fuller V Fuller, however, won’t play the Bills for personal reasons. Tight end Mike Gesicki has caused trouble for the Bills in the past. The Bills held Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger 188 yards passing in Week 1. They’ll be signing up for that type of effort every week, although cornerback Levi Wallace has had a few moments. difficult. EDGE: Invoices.
Special teams: A newsletter reader said last week’s D- rating for bills was too harsh. Maybe, but that’s what happens when a blocked punt gives the other team the winning points. The Bills also played a good game on the special teams, but this kind of massive game-changing mistake just can’t happen. Dolphins return man Jakeem Grant returned a punt for 18 yards in Week 1. He’s injured the Bills in the past with big returns. EDGE: Same.
Framing: The old saying goes that a team with two quarterbacks really doesn’t have one. That can be changed for the Dolphins this year, who go with Eric Studesville and George Godsey as co-offensive coordinators. This is an unusual configuration. The Bills sent a message early in the game against Pittsburgh by opting for a set of five receivers. Unfortunately, it didn’t work. Possession only lasted three games before the team settled for a basket. It was the start of a rough afternoon for coach Sean McDermott, who was oddly conservative on his first two fourth-down calls, and offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, who went too cute twice in offensive situations. short distance. EDGE: Invoices.